toasty

adjective
\ ˈtō-stē How to pronounce toasty (audio) \
toastier; toastiest

Definition of toasty

1 : pleasantly or comfortably warm felt snug and toasty by the fire
2 : suggestive of toast especially in flavor

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Examples of toasty in a Sentence

The room was nice and toasty. I'm nice and toasty in front of the fire.
Recent Examples on the Web Adding more heat to a fleece blanket was a genius idea that will keep everyone who uses it toasty. Chris Hachey, BGR, "Best Electric Blanket for Cold Evenings," 30 Mar. 2021 Its flour has a nutty, sweet, toasty flavor that's close to Irish wholemeal flour. Beth Dooley Special To The Star Tribune, Star Tribune, "Kernza flour gives Irish soda bread an American twist," 10 Mar. 2021 The extra thickness in these tortillas gave each bite significant substance, heft and texture with a firm, toasty exterior and tender, fluffy interior. Paul Stephen, San Antonio Express-News, "Where to find the best tortillas on San Antonio's West Side: The 6 best tortillerías in that part of town," 24 Feb. 2021 Caribou Wool Boot is a stylish and extra toasty version of Sorel’s classic winter boot. Outdoor Life, "Best Winter Boots for Men: Leather Boots, Insulated Work Boots, and More," 22 Feb. 2021 And there is no more getting ready or warming up in a toasty lodge. John Clarke, WSJ, "You Can Ski During Covid—Just Make Your Car the Lodge," 22 Feb. 2021 Here, salty pretzels work in a similar way, adding crunch and a toasty character alongside a saline zing. Melissa Clark, New York Times, "There’s No Better Time for Maximalist Brownies," 11 Feb. 2021 Think of them as the original rechargeable hand warmer, using a lighter fluid or a related type of fuel to fire up a catalytic burner, which then heats the metal hand warmer for a long-lasting, super toasty effect. Field & Stream, "Hand Warmers: Best Models to Beat the Cold This Winter," 21 Jan. 2021 Blended from chardonnay, pinot blanc and pinot nero (the Italian name for pinot noir), this lovely, lively sparkler bursts with red currant and apricot flavors, plus some toasty yeasty notes. Washington Post, "This $11 Bordeaux begs for pizza or burgers and will put a smile on your face," 18 Dec. 2020

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First Known Use of toasty

1953, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for toasty

toast entry 1 + -y entry 1

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2 May 2021

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“Toasty.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/toasty. Accessed 11 May. 2021.

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toasty

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of toasty

US, informal : comfortably warm

toasty

adjective
\ ˈtō-stē How to pronounce toasty (audio) \
toastier; toastiest

Kids Definition of toasty

: comfortably warm

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